Rain CSGO Pro Settings

Rain is considered one of the best professional CSGO players in the world, which is why many want to know his settings.
Rain CSGO Pro Settings




Rain is a Norwegian professional Counter-Strike Global Offensive player that managed to shock the world. We don't want to exaggerate, but he's definitely an icon of the Counter-Strike Global Offensive eSports scene. His status as a CSGO pro is usually why everyone wants to know his-game settings and today’s guide will cover everything you need to know about Rain and his in-game settings.

Rain CS Mouse Settings

Rain uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight White mouse, this high-end mouse will cost you about $150 on Amazon. Now, here are all of his exact mouse settings: 

DPI

400

Mouse Sensitivity

1.70

eDPI (Effective DPI)

680

Zoom Sensitivity

0.8

Hz

1000

Windows Sensitivity

6

Raw Input

On

Mouse Acceleration

Off

Like with every professional CSGO player, these are pretty standard mouse settings. As for the sensitivity, it's somewhat standard for competing purposes. But, if you don’t know what DPI - Mouse Sensitivity combo fits you best, make sure to check out our guide on sensitivity in CSGO.

Rain CS Crosshair Settings

Here’s everything you need to know about Rain's crosshair:

Draw Outline

0

Alpha

250

Color

1

Blue

165

Green

255

Red

0

Dot

1

Gap

-5

Size

1.5

Style

5

Thickness

1

Sniper Width

1

Rain's crosshair is quite simple. It's definitely not for everyone, so make sure to test it out before you go into any competitive games.

Rain’s Crosshair Config

If you want to immediately apply Rain’s current crosshair in CSGO, then you simply have to copy and paste the line of text below into your console:

cl_crosshairsize 1.5; cl_crosshairgap -5; cl_crosshairthickness 1; cl_crosshaircolor 1; cl_crosshaircolor_b 165; cl_crosshaircolor_g 255; cl_crosshaircolor_r 0; cl_crosshairdot 1; cl_crosshairstyle 5; cl_crosshairalpha 250; cl_crosshairgap_useweaponvalue 0; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0;

Rain Crosshair

Rain's CS Viewmodel Settings

Rain has a pretty basic viewmodel with some minor differences, and here’s all of the information regarding it:

FOV

64

Offset X

2.5

Offset Y

0

Offset Z

-1.5

Presetpos

3

Shift Left Amt

1.5

Shift Right Amt

0.75

Recoil

1

Righthand

0

Bob Lower Amt

5

Bob Amt Lat

0.1

Bob Amt Vert

0.1

Bob Cycle

0.98

Rain Viewmodel

Rain's viewmodel is a bit different from most viewmodels. The most notable change is the fact that Rain holds his weapon on the left side. Rain's FOV is as normal as it gets. 

Rain’s Viewmodel Config

If you want your viewmodel to be like Rain's, then you can copy and paste a line of commands similar to how you would with a crosshair config. Here’s the line of commands you need to copy and paste:

viewmodel_fov 64; viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y 0; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_presetpos 3; cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 1.5; cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0.75; viewmodel_recoil 1; cl_righthand 0;

Rain Video Settings

Every CSGO pro has similar video settings, and nearly every setting is set to low in order to maximize FPS. Here are all of Rain’s general video settings:

Rain’s General Video Settings

Resolution

1280×960

Aspect Ratio

4:3

Scaling Mode

Stretched

Color Mode

Computer Monitor

Brightness

125%

Display Mode

Fullscreen

Rain Video Settings

These aspect ratios and resolution settings are pretty standard for professional players. Many pros prefer to play on 4:3/1280x960 monitor settings resolution.

Rain’s Advanced Video Settings

Given how we’ve covered the basics, here are Rain's advanced graphic settings:

Global Shadow Quality

High

Model/Texture Detail

Low

Texture Streaming

Disabled

Effect Detail

Low

Shadow Detail

Low

Boost Player Contrast

Enabled

Multicore Rendering

Enabled

Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode

4x MSAA

FXAA Anti-Aliasing

Disabled

Texture Filtering Mode

Anisotropic 8x

Wait for Vertical Sync

Disabled

Motion Blur

Disabled

Triple-Monitor Mode

Disabled

Use Uber Shaders

Enabled

Disabling Wait for Vertical Sync, Motion Blur, and Triple-Monitor Mode is a must. Most of his settings are disabled or low, but he still keeps FXAA Anti-Aliasing and multisampling anti-aliasing mode on higher settings.

Now you know what settings Rain uses in CSGO. If you’re interested in the exact settings of other professional CSGO players, check out our guide on s1mple and shox pro settings.



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